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What Senators Said Regarding The 2 Positions Said To Be Held By Kawira Mwangaza's Husband

Today, the Senate received its recommendations from the 11-member special committee established to investigate the impeachment motion against the formerly troubled Meru county Governor Kawira Mwangaza. The report's finer details remained scarce even after Kawira was released from prison.

According to The Star, the special committee has now decided whether or not the positions of Meru youth patron and hustler ambassador held by Kawira Mwangaza's husband, Murega Baichu, were legal. These positions had been a point of contention with MCAs.

In the case of Meru county, the MCAs did not present any evidence to demonstrate that Baichu was formally appointed to the aforementioned office. The report asserts that the two aforementioned offices do not exist in law.

According to the committee, a public office is one in which the salary and benefits are paid out of the consolidated fund or funds provided by parliament.

The report states, "Evidence adduced before the Committee demonstrated that the positions the First Gentleman is alleged to have been appointed to are non-existent and ordinarily an appointment cannot be made to a non-existent position in the public service." "The First Gentleman is alleged to have been appointed to"

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